Become an NSI Sponsor
Sponsorship openings are available for NSI 2017. Learn more about our sponsorship program below.
For additional questions, contact Vice President, HE Sales, Chris Zahumensky, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Higher Education Sponsorship Overview
What is Naviance Summer Institute?
Naviance Summer Institute (NSI) is Hobsons’ user conference for K-12 schools and districts using Naviance by Hobsons to improve college and career readiness for their students. NSI 2017 marks the 10-year anniversary of bringing together more than 500 counselors, teachers, and school and district administrators for three days of high-quality product training, knowledge sharing, and networking opportunities.
Why Sponsor Naviance Summer Institute?
Sponsoring NSI enables colleges, universities, and educational partners to engage with NSI attendees and increase visibility for your institution. Through our creative sponsorship program, we will help you maximize your exposure, showcase your services, and discover new partnership opportunities.
Our NSI sponsorship program includes four sponsorship levels, each offering extensive opportunities to communicate and showcase your services to NSI attendees. Sponsorships include:
- Access to more than 500 K-12 educators, school counselors, and administrators
- Complimentary conference registration(s)
- Professional quality exhibit space
- Recognition in conference program, signage, website, and mobile application
- Access to additional event sponsorships and advertising opportunities
Nearly 40 sponsorship openings are available for NSI 2017, ranging from Silver Level to Diamond Level (see chart below for complete details). All sponsorship levels provide you with great networking opportunities with Naviance users. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to showcase all you have to offer!
Reach a targeted audience
of K12 educators
Build brand awareness
for your institution
Discover new partnership opportunities
Vice President, HE Sales
Sponsorship opportunities are available on a first-come, first-served basis